IOWA CITY

Located on the south side of historic downtown Iowa City, in the developing Riverfront Crossings area, HBK’s Iowa office is in a pivotal location for clients in the eastern side of Iowa. Established in 2013, the office is currently home to 21 employees.  The Iowa City office gives HBK a home in a vibrant and bustling town which is home to the University of Iowa, alma mater of our founder and CEO.

Our Iowa City office continues to experience steady growth and is dedicated to university and municipal infrastructure design and rehabilitation, site development, comprehensive parks planning and design, stormwater feasibility analysis and design, power utility and telecom support, construction management, GIS design services, structural design and survey.

Key clients served by the Iowa City office include The University of Iowa, The City of Iowa City, Southgate Development, The City of Muscatine, The City of Marion, The City of Coralville, The City of West Branch, Rohrbach Associates, and CG Hanson Development.

Key Personnel

    NICHOLAS J. BETTIS, P.E.

    Nick Bettis has 14 years of experience in land development design ranging from conceptual design to construction management.  Nick’s experience includes design of residential subdivisions, commercial developments, school construction, and athletic facilities. Personally, Nick enjoys working on storm water solutions, including storm water basins, bio-retention basins, and pervious pavements

    BRIAN BOELK, P.E.,CPESC,CMS4S

    Mr. Boelk has been managing HBK's Iowa City Office since 2013. With over 16 years of experience in the civil engineering field, he is directly responsible for the day-to-day operations of the satellite office as well as new business development in Eastern Iowa. Mr. Boelk has an extensive experience in municipal and consulting engineering that encompasses civil infrastructure design, stormwater utility development, project management, civil site design, and contract development. He leads key municipal, stormwater, and development projects involving numerous large land development corporations and Eastern Iowa communities.